another game for my pygamebook project is released. The game is called Schiff (German for ship) and is a small 4-player game with ships shooting eacht other. Find out more at the project page:
This is a in-between release. Thanks to Moritz Wilhelmy, you can play TuxFighter now in Fullscreen mode. Some minor bugfixes and improvments added, like Joystik support.
After leaving my last job to become self-employed i was very busy for the last year. Now i start a summer job in a game developer company coding in python. Hopefully this will motivate me to finish the multiplayer part for Tuxfighter.
No big news yet on pygamebook, but at least i finished some Python Tutorial: videos.http://www.showmedo.com/videos/series?name=pythonJensFromKidsSeries
Also working on customizing a Wolvix-Live-CD to my taste: http://www.wolvix.org
Sorry to have no better news yet,
i make progress but very slow. I hope to release some new versions soon.
Sorry for not publishing anything new during the summer. I switched job an improved some missing skills like GUI-programming. I hope to release a new version soon.
I made some high-resolution screenshots for the homepage and added a "link" section.
The kind folks at http://oss.moongift.jp/intro/i-1827.html made an entry about Tuxfighter on their japanese Web-site.
i started writing a homepage for TuxFighter (and pygamebook). Not very much to see yet:
Thanks to Alexander, the .deb package of TuxFighter Version 0.52 can be found in the download section. Tested with Ubuntu Dapper.
The english readme file of the game can be downloaded direct from the Docs section of http://sf.net/projects/pygamebook. The packages in the download section still contain the readme file, as before.
A new version of TuxFighter is aviable. Check out Version 0.52, including improved graphic effects, and the new ubuntu-power-up.
Debian package will come soon, thanks to Alexander.
Since yesterday i am proud to announce the world that TuxFighter is also present as an entry at freshmeat.net: http://freshmeat.net/projects/tuxfighter/
i just noticed it now (a bit late), but there is an ongoin discussion about the TuxFighter at http://www.happypenguin.org/show?TuxFighter
Thank to new Developer "AMDuser", version 0.50b of TuxFighter is also aviable as .deb Package for debian/ubuntu dapper systems.
New Version (windows and .tgz) is aviable: The version 0.50b. Thanks to the great help of brand-new DEVELOPER "AMDuser", a debian package will follow soon.
Thanks to Alex from Ubuntuusers.de an experimental debian package is aviable. tested with ubuntu dapper. Does NO Menuentry (yet), so you have to type "tuxfighter" in an terminal to start the game.
enjoy the power-ups, crazy rockets, smaller fonts and lot of minor improvements.
Just a quick fix of a critical Bug.
Changed format for source release from .zip to .tgz
Now exist a (primitive) windows installer for simple "download and doubleclick"-plaesure. The sourcecode is still aviable as a different package (the zip-file)
i uploaded a new package of TuxFighter. It is TuxFighter Version 0.42
Hi, could you report me how fast TuxFighter is running on your System ? Is it running ? What is your System ? (OS, Mhz). I included a FPS - Display, it should "normal" show a value around 60. I'm especially interested how Tuxfighter is perfroming on Mac's or on on older Hardware.